Person standing on a rock in a scenic area.

Embracing What Makes Us Different


Socioeconomic, gender, racial, religious, cultural, and so on are all different forms of diversity that contribute to and help inform an individual’s experience of the world and everything within it. Diversity can be seen from many different perspectives and is something that I find to be imperative in evolving as a well-functioning society. When we

Stop Snoozing Today!


Whether it’s 4, 6, or 8 AM, most of us default to the snooze button so that we can enjoy those extra minutes of sleep. If you aren’t a morning person, waking up in the morning is nothing short of challenging and definitely not something you would look forward the night before. Although I’ve come

CCS to YYZ: Canada 150


On this day, 150 years ago, Canada became a self-governing dominion of Great Britain and a federation of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick Ontario, and Quebec. Today, Canada is home to 35 million ethnically, racially, and religiously diverse individuals. Ranked among the highest in international measurements of civil liberties, quality of life, economic freedom, and education,

Taking the MCAT… Again


This summer I will be rewriting the MCAT for my second time. For those of you who may not be too familiar with it, the MCAT is a seven and a half hour long Medical College Admissions Test. Made up of four testing blocks, the MCAT will test your knowledge and comprehension on a variety

“So, what’s your major?”


No matter whom I run into, talk to, or meet, my chosen major is always one of the topics of discussion. It’s not wrong to ask someone about their major, but sometimes it can be stressful if you don’t exactly know if it’s the right one for you. With course selection now in full motion,

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